Speech to Text for Heavy Rain This Weekend
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briefly, as the next warm front is expected to slide north through the region friday morning, producing another round of showers through the day. the cold front is not expected to arrive until friday evening, with the entire system slowing as it makes its way into the oregon coast. winds will be a concern once again, in the usual places, and wind advisories have been issued to cover the east side and the shasta valley. gusty winds are also likely along the coast and in the southern rogue valley near ashland, but speeds are not expected to reach headline criteria at this time. models show the front stalling out in our region, and this would keep moderate to heavy rain in the area until well into saturday night. models have shown a band of rain, supported by strong moist inflow, setting up directly across southern oregon for several runs now, and it is safe to say we will see a significant amount of rain over the 48 hour period. while most of the area can expect significant rainfall amounts, the heaviest rain is expected in josephine, curry, and siskiyou counties. total rainfall amounts through sunday morning of 3 to 6 inches are expected in these areas, and localized amounts of up to 10 inches are possible. meanwhile, with snow levels above 7000 feet, much of this rain will fall on newly fallen snowpack from the last storm. an artist is trying to provide some beauty for the